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    Do newspaper endorsements matter?

    By melissacrowe in Man Bites Dog

    With so many social platforms for political endorsements, The Week is asking if newspaper endorsements are still relevant. The American Presidency Project compiled a list of 2012 and 2008 presidential endorsements. FYI: The Advocate does not endorse any candidate in ...

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    Pew Research: How Has America Changed? 2008 to 2012

    By melissacrowe in Man Bites Dog

    Opportunity exists during every election to see how the country has changed, where it is heading and what the people value. The Pew Research Center released a study Wednesday that tracks the shift in voters and their view of the ...

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    Will Americans Vote at the Pump?

    By melissacrowe in Man Bites Dog

    The rise and fall of gas prices is a hot political issue in this election. But will those high prices impact the out come of the election? After all, more money spent at the pump means less money spent at ...

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    GOP Chasing the Reagan Legacy - Reuters

    By melissacrowe in Man Bites Dog

    Ronald Regan's daughter, Patti Davis, wrote this opinion piece for Reuters, titled “Chasing the Reagan Legacy.” GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan, like so many Republicans today, continually try to grab onto Ronald Reagan’s legacy ...

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    The Dirty Tricks Squad

    By melissacrowe in Man Bites Dog

    Elections tend to bring out the best and the worst of candidates -- depending on who you talk to. While the grab bags of dirty tricks politicians employ can be enough to turn some voters off politics forever, take a ...

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    The Great Debate

    By melissacrowe in Man Bites Dog

    The first Presidential Debate airs at 8 p.m. Wednesday from the University of Denver. As two of the most steady debaters in politics face moderator Jim Lehrer, many in the political blogosphere are taking aim with their own questions. Politico ...